1 May 1994 Anton Sebich is a broken man, but when his daughter disappears, he engineers an ocean-crossing rescue effort beleaguered by would-be kidnappers, hijackers, pirates, bureaucrats, and his former wives. Moscovit (the samizdat pseudonym used by Igor Yefimov) uses his zany cast of characters, the tragicomic journey from America to Russia, and the interspersed […]

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